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This refers to quick, unpredictable, involuntary movements that seem to jump from one part of the body to another. There are numerous potential causes of chorea. It may occur secondary to a bacterial (streptococcus) infection, rarely in pregnancy, metabolic or hormonal disorders, and Huntington's disease, a rare, inherited neurological disorder.




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